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  • Writer's pictureJarnard Sutton

Have a Bloody Valentine's Day at one of these San Diego spots

Still searching for your Valentine? Spend this February 14th with the dependably tangy Bloody Mary at one of these restaurants, mixing up the finest Bloody Valentines in San Diego!

Jurassic Pork Bloody Mary | Breakfast Republic

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If you like a little quirk with your romance, look no further than Breakfast Republic. “Raising feathers” with its energetic atmosphere and pun-filled décor, Breakfast Republic offers the Jurassic Pork Bloody Mary, a real heartbreaker that’s mixed in-house and made with their signature Jurassic Pork, characterized by thick cuts of bacon that are marinated and baked with paprika and brown sugar.

Pb Shore Club's Bloody Mary

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Looking for a Bloody with a view? PB Shore Club’s Bloody Mary comes in either a 16 oz. pint glass or 20 oz. schooner, adorned with a classically salted rim and an impeccable house-made mix consisting of PB Shore Club’s “secret” tomato-based recipe. Enjoy on their outdoor patio overlooking the sand and ocean of Pacific Beach.

Build Your Own | barleymash

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The iconic and high-energy barleymash, located in the Gaslamp District, serves up a weekend brunch anyone is sure to love. Included is their Skyy Vodka Bloody Bar, where you can build your own Bloody Mary! Customize with bell peppers, celery and even strips of bacon. Prefer a little heat? Take things up a notch with variety of spices like paprika and crushed red pepper. Bloody Mary’s at barleymash can be modified with a mild flavor for those looking to take things slowly.

The Barn Yard | La Mesa's Farmer's Table

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La Mesa’s Farmer’s Table takes the cake for most unique Bloody Mary in all of San Diego. The Barn Yard consists of a whole roasted chicken, roasted seasonal veggies, bacon wrapped shrimp, pickled veggies, fresh mozzarella and cherry tomato skewers. This beverage is so large, it comes served for four or more people to enjoy.

Fire-Roasted Bloody Maria | The Duck Dive

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After a morning of surfing, ditch the sea salt and head to The Duck Dive in Pacific Beach for the salted rim of their Fire-Roasted Bloody Maria (shown in picture above), made from Los Altos Reposado, Mezcal, Worcestershire, lemon, Cholula and House Bloody mix. This Bloody Valentine is sure to quench your thirst and lure you into a quixotic daze.

If anything should be certain this Valentine’s Day, it’s a date with your Bloody Valentine at any of these San Diego hotspots!

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